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  • Hammleman's Rustic Bread Pics

    Tried Hammleman's Rustic bread recipe this weekend. I have bake the best bread ever. Perfect crust, sweet crumb.... It's everything a rustic peasant bread would offer.

    Also, I have a picture of a small hole hole in my door. I steam by inserting the brass wand of the pressure sprayer into the hole.

    Thanks again to James, and all those that give of themselves to make this site such a great resource.





    I also baked some cornbread to go with the chile I made, too. I used mu Ultramill to mill popcorn into corn meal. It tastes as good as it looks!




    The loaves on the left are about 2 pounds each. Once again great crust!


    Here's the hole in the door. Seems to be working out well for now.
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    Re: Hammleman's Rustic Bread Pics

    Hmmm Yummo.
    The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

    My Build.

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      Re: Hammleman's Rustic Bread Pics

      Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmm, my mouth is watering, I can smell that bread from here.Looking good.
      "You can tell a dutchman,
      but you can't tell him much"

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